Alpha parts

Alpha parts

Post by Shado » Mon, 22 Nov 1999 04:00:00



Hi,

Does anybody know if it is possible to buy just the motherboard and
Alpha processor without buying the whole system?  If so, any idea who
sells them?

Any info is appreciated.

Thanks,

Shadow

 
 
 

Alpha parts

Post by jmd » Mon, 22 Nov 1999 04:00:00



> Hi,

> Does anybody know if it is possible to buy just the motherboard and
> Alpha processor without buying the whole system?  If so, any idea who
> sells them?

> Any info is appreciated.

> Thanks,

> Shadow

check out www.alphalinux.org and follow the vendors links. quite
frequently there are motherboard and cpus on eBay.

I have a Cabriolet 275mhz with power supply for sale. private email if
you are interested.

hope that helps
jeff

 
 
 

Alpha parts

Post by Christian Weisgerb » Tue, 23 Nov 1999 04:00:00



> Does anybody know if it is possible to buy just the motherboard and
> Alpha processor without buying the whole system?  If so, any idea who
> sells them?

Sure. E.g. <URL:http://www.fms-computer.com/>.

--

 
 
 

Alpha parts

Post by Tony Hammit » Tue, 23 Nov 1999 04:00:00




> > Does anybody know if it is possible to buy just the motherboard and
> > Alpha processor without buying the whole system?  If so, any idea who
> > sells them?

> Sure. E.g. <URL:http://www.fms-computer.com/>.

> --


Couldn't find any alpha parts there, perhaps you could provide a deeper link?

TIA,

        Tony

 
 
 

Alpha parts

Post by Bram Stol » Tue, 23 Nov 1999 04:00:00



> Hi,

> Does anybody know if it is possible to buy just the motherboard and
> Alpha processor without buying the whole system?  If so, any idea who
> sells them?

> Any info is appreciated.

> Thanks,

> Shadow

I've bought my LX/533 board (+cpu&mem) at Aspen Systems,
http://www.aspsys.com/

And I am very pleased with it.
I bought it some years ago, but it was a very fast
board at a moderate price.

   Bram

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AMSTERDAM

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message."
 "Thats nothing, if you play it forward, it installs NT-4.0"
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Alpha parts

Post by Christian Weisgerb » Tue, 23 Nov 1999 04:00:00



Quote:> > E.g. <URL:http://www.fms-computer.com/>.
> Couldn't find any alpha parts there, perhaps you could provide a deeper link?

Hmm, the alpha components page, which now lists only RAM, used to
have pricing for board-CPU combos. You'll need to inquire, I guess:

--

 
 
 

Alpha parts

Post by Marco Ruite » Wed, 24 Nov 1999 04:00:00


Hello,

Look at www.request.nl
or www.alpha4all.nl
or www.linux4all.nl

with kind regards,

Marco Ruiter


> Hi,

> Does anybody know if it is possible to buy just the motherboard and
> Alpha processor without buying the whole system?  If so, any idea who
> sells them?

> Any info is appreciated.

> Thanks,

> Shadow

 
 
 

Alpha parts

Post by LordCompa » Wed, 24 Nov 1999 04:00:00


www.starshipcorp.com has stuff there too. I just bought a floppy for $39US,
and went to www.harddata.com for the 44pin IDE cable that lets you use a
standard portable 2.5" IDE HDD with the multia for $10 +s/h.

Hope that helps,
Todd

PS>what is the best way to install Alpha linux on the UDB. FTP, CDROM...????
Also, is Alphalinux 64bit?


> Hi,

> Does anybody know if it is possible to buy just the motherboard and
> Alpha processor without buying the whole system?  If so, any idea who
> sells them?

> Any info is appreciated.

> Thanks,

> Shadow

 
 
 

Alpha parts

Post by Harri Haataj » Thu, 25 Nov 1999 04:00:00



> PS>what is the best way to install Alpha linux on the UDB. FTP, CDROM...????
> Also, is Alphalinux 64bit?

CD if you got CD and ftp/nfs if you got LAN or a free/cheap net.
I've done hd installs (malformed CD-R) and ftp installs (when I got hooked
to the net)

BTW is there an easy non-american based (!) solution to add an external
SCSI port to an axppci33 (or any box ofcourse =) ?
That's for me. For others, fell free to recommend your favorite US store
to go and buy a new ultraexpensive SCSI controller =)

--
Harri Haataja

 
 
 

Alpha parts

Post by bverm.. » Thu, 25 Nov 1999 04:00:00




>> PS>what is the best way to install Alpha linux on the UDB. FTP, CDROM...????
>> Also, is Alphalinux 64bit?
>CD if you got CD and ftp/nfs if you got LAN or a free/cheap net.
>I've done hd installs (malformed CD-R) and ftp installs (when I got hooked
>to the net)

>BTW is there an easy non-american based (!) solution to add an external
>SCSI port to an axppci33 (or any box ofcourse =) ?
>That's for me. For others, fell free to recommend your favorite US store
>to go and buy a new ultraexpensive SCSI controller =)

Just buy an external connector that you can plug into your SCSI cable?
Of course you have to get a terminator as well if you don't use it, but
apart from that it shouldn't be too hard to find. I bought mine for fl. 15
(about $7). Your local electronics shop should be able to get it for you..

Regards,

Bas Vermeulen

--
"God, root, what is difference?"
        -- Pitr, User Friendly

"God is more forgiving."
        -- Dave Aronson

 
 
 

Alpha parts

Post by Harri Haataj » Thu, 25 Nov 1999 04:00:00




> >BTW is there an easy non-american based (!) solution to add an external
> >SCSI port to an axppci33 (or any box ofcourse =) ?
> >That's for me. For others, fell free to recommend your favorite US store
> >to go and buy a new ultraexpensive SCSI controller =)

> Just buy an external connector that you can plug into your SCSI cable?

C50F, yes. Thought of that. I even have a backplate.
Termination will be done by the external CD drive (unless I chain more one
day).

Quote:> Of course you have to get a terminator as well if you don't use it, but
> apart from that it shouldn't be too hard to find. I bought mine for fl. 15
> (about $7). Your local electronics shop should be able to get it for you..

Yep. I also plan to open up the cooling profile and check and replace the
silicon grease.
The reason I want external is that my *drive won't fit in my case (All
5.25" slots full) and I'm planning on a scanner.
I think UMAX 1220S is a "good" cheap one? (I think it's UMAX?)

--
Harri Haataja

 
 
 

Alpha parts

Post by Michael Müll » Sat, 27 Nov 1999 04:00:00


Well, we will help you with all ALPHA-Parts.
Look at:

www.mikerohard.de

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>Hi,

>Does anybody know if it is possible to buy just the motherboard and
>Alpha processor without buying the whole system?  If so, any idea who
>sells them?

>Any info is appreciated.

>Thanks,

>Shadow

 
 
 

Alpha parts

Post by Shado » Sun, 28 Nov 1999 04:00:00


Thanks all for the information.

- Shadow


> www.starshipcorp.com has stuff there too. I just bought a floppy for $39US,
> and went to www.harddata.com for the 44pin IDE cable that lets you use a
> standard portable 2.5" IDE HDD with the multia for $10 +s/h.

> Hope that helps,
> Todd

> PS>what is the best way to install Alpha linux on the UDB. FTP, CDROM...????
> Also, is Alphalinux 64bit?

> > Hi,

> > Does anybody know if it is possible to buy just the motherboard and
> > Alpha processor without buying the whole system?  If so, any idea who
> > sells them?

> > Any info is appreciated.

> > Thanks,

> > Shadow

 
 
 

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